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UBTH nurses protest frequent abduction of colleagues

By News Express on 31/07/2016

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Nurses at the University of Benin Teaching Hospital, Ugbowo, Benin-City are appealing to security agencies in the state to protect them from the frequent kidnappings which is already affecting the quality of service delivery.

The nurses made this appeal during a peaceful protest to the headquarters of the Edo State Police Command in Benin City.

They said that the recent incident which is the fourth in less than two months occurred on Wednesday at the Iguosa axis of Benin City, the Edo State capital. (Channels TV)

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Source News Express

Posted 31/07/2016 05:25:24 AM

 

 

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